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Feb 28, 2013 3:30pm PST
are the charles schwab foundation, this is a pga tour hosted in san francisco. and they are offering a fund-raising activity that is called tickets for the charity. and this will distribute this money to the local schools for this donation. michael is working with the schwab foundation for this tournament. and we are researching grants. one that we had a conversation with today is kaboom organization. we went on their website and pursued the application and had some questions. they got right back to tus -- to us, one problem they had an upcoming deadline for the grant. and they said that's a mistake, it's an ongoing grant. most grants for $15-30,000. based on the size of the program. and they said due to the scope of the program and the size of san francisco, they are excited to extend that more, up to $35,000 for that. that's exciting news. and we are going to need a lot of letters and support from school officials, parents and many supporting this grant and other grants that will pursue. you will likely hear from us as we pursue this process. and we are investigating the role of ngo's sp
Feb 24, 2013 2:00pm PST
received from the pga tour to back fill the revenue we lose when we close harding park for the schwab cup tournament, which is this coming november. $400,000 in additional revenue from the open space fund. and then as i mentioned the last time i was here, $200,000 in additional revenue from continued philanthropic support to the department. we have been very successful, our partnerships division has been very successful in the last several years in getting out there and finding gifts and grants to support our operations and that ranges from funding for additional hours at joe lee recreation center for funding to a gardener at the polo feels in golden gate park. we also have a comparatively small amount of expenditures saving that we're budgeting for the next two years. there was a retirement at the zoo. we are down to a very small number of recreation and park department staff who are left working at the zoo. so we were able to eliminate that position from the budget and save $150,000. as phil mentioned at the beginning of the meeting we have been doing some really good work on our worke
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